Linux (and Edubuntu) in Schools
stefan at nuxoll.eu.org
Fri Aug 29 22:35:03 UTC 2008
The goal of my site is to point out useful projects such as Edubuntu,
and provide a community where educators and open source enthusiasts
in general can share knowledge. I have a feeling you were getting
the wrong idea about it.
And I would love to contribute to Edubuntu, but I have no idea where
On Aug 29, 2008, at 4:12 PM, David Farning wrote:
> off list because I am forwarding a email address
> see below
> On Sat, 2008-08-23 at 13:21 -0600, Stefan Nuxoll wrote:
>> I would love some help, the site desperately needs some content to
>> going, especially from people who have successfully gotten open
>> in some fashion into schools.
>> On Sat, Aug 23, 2008 at 8:45 AM, David Trask <dtrask at vcsvikings.org>
>> "Stefan Nuxoll" <stefan at nuxoll.eu.org> writes:
>> [ http://oss-school.com ]
>> lemme know if you need help with posts.....or feel free to
>> post or
> Have you thought of working with an existing opensource project rather
> starting your own web site.
> I have been analysing the OSS education communities and come the
> the sad
> conclusion that very few are going to gain the critical mass necessary
> to thrive;(
> The four keys are
> 1. Technical knowledge
> 2. Educational knowledge
> 3. High quality product
> 4. Inovative product
> If you are interested I am sure that there are many existing
> organizations that would love your help.
> SugarLabs.org is greatly in need of teachers. We already have
> plenty of
> the theory folks.
> edubuntu could also use the help.
> It make me sad how many good education projects start and then die
> a few months. Steve Hargadon <steve.hargadon at gmail.com> ofK12 open
> minds would be a good person to suggest a project.
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